5 Lessons Scoop.it Learned From Using SlideShare

scoopitWhile SlideShare can be used as a site for you to upload and share presentations, there are other creative ways to use it as well. Take a look at this experiment by content curation site Scoop.it, which experimented with using SlideShare as a visual blog.

After producing 14 pieces of content in four months, the content curation site took away some key lessons. Among them? Your SlideShares should read like comic books, and you need to focus on repurposing if you plan on pushing out new decks once a week.

Take a look at the original blog post on Scoop.it’s site here.

READ MORE: How to Stand Out on SlideShare

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2 Responses to “5 Lessons Scoop.it Learned From Using SlideShare”

  1. Joanne Talkington

    I would like to recommend that each SlideShare blog post be referred to as a “slog.” It sounds cooler that way.